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-span.org or twitter of kong/book tv. >>> now one book tv, sarah gordon talks about religious cases that have transformed the wall in country in the limited protection to the constitution. this interview part of booktv college ceres was recorded at the university of pennsylvania in philadelphia. it's about 20 minutes. university of pennsylvania professor the spirit of law is the most recent book what you mean when you talk about the old constitutional world. estimate for most of the nation's history it was the states rather than the federal government that controlled access to more than just worship, the right of religious organizations and so on and in the early decades of the 20th century that began to shift as the supreme court applied the national constitution a stubble should and the exercise clause of the first amendment against the states, centralizing the debate about religion. still give the states have the control we have it written into the constitution, freedom of religion. >> we did indeed. but the first amendment begins congress shall enact noval only address to the national gov
title for the company, and that, too, eventually was dismissed. >> host: professor gordon, why did it start to change in the early 20th century in >> -- >> guest: i think for several reasons m one was especially the growth of the federal government in the new deal era. the other, really, was that the embrace of migration and pluralism, and immigration began to cease a little bit after the restrictive immigration acts of the early 20th century, and then the new deal forced so many people on to the move. the -- looking for work, having much greater contact with government, and the expansion of government power really highlighted the friction between a bigger government and lives of believers. there was a lot more attention. >> host: you write about the salvation army and the spirit of the law. what's the role of the salvation army in changing religious laws in america, i guess? >> guest: well, the salvation army, which people don't realize, is an evangelical religious group, not just a group that rings bells outside department stores in the christmas season. the salvation army believ
and so we tried to be very careful about what we did along gordon and along winkle and mark solomon for those of you who remember him told us in a subtle way that wanted to see trees grow higher and -- talked about art space often and quickly in the way that he does and the point and we have tried to be responsive and finally to by who's an architect makes sure that the sight lines and if you were introducing different heights into the buildings the floor plates would basically line up and train your eye and so we tried to introduce different heights in the individual buildings so that your eyes sort-of have something interesting to look at. so all of that has led to the project that cava is going to talk to you about and explain in more detail design but basically, this is a 410 home home development, we have the affordable units on site. there is about 40,000 or so square feed feet of open space which, is conclusive of a new public park on the corner of wrinkle and we have a fix mix of comcial uses including one stand alone office building is sort of the definition of what they w
for the 2010 championship team. >>> high school basketball, top recruit aaron gordon facing travis high from texas. game would go to overtime, less than 20 left. the layup. 54-53 travis. gordon off the inbound. this for the tie. in and out. travis wins 56-53. gordon held to 14 points. >> that time of year. >> indeed. >> see you at 11:00.
the break, we're joined by accountant gordon burnhart to talk about the looming deadline and how your wallet could be affected.  . >>> well, as the fiscal cliff looms, taxpayers are understandably keeping a close eye here in washington and others on their pocketbook across the country. many people believe that taxes are going to go up once the fiscal cliff is solved and how will the average american be affected by this? joining us now is gordon burnhart, a certified public accountant with burnhart wealth management. thank you for joining us. >> thank you, tom, how are you. >> so much of the uncertainty we heard from president leaves you to wonder what is the assessing in planning when you don't know about that in. >> and that is why that is important to plan. we have seen so much happen and people need to make sure they set aside the cash reserves and there is a lot of planning opportunities and investors need to work with an advisor to make sure that all of those unforseen things are addressed so they can help, again, protect families. >> and there is only three days left, two days weeken
are joined by michael gordon of "the new york times." endgame is his most recent book. >> it took me three years. it's the first comprehensive history of the war in iraq and what makes it unique is that incorporate not only use of american policymakers, but i talk to iraqi leadership. administer maliki, president talabani, rivals, adversaries so that the iraqi account as well as what's happening on the battlefield. i basically covered the war in iraq for "the new york times" for the whole conflict. i tried to put it all together in one book. >> why did you call it "the endgame"? >> well, because it's about the endgame of american military involvement and i spent the last third of the book cover and the obama administration. it's not been well covered by the media in terms of what his policy was in iraq. i actually learned a lot doing it. during the campaign, president obama talked a lot about the goal and certainly took out the troops here but i discovered in doing the book is actually the administration's own policy object is in iraq, don't object is far beyond the troops and extended to
gordon brown. to his own personal mission about child labor. a clean, domestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. have led to an increase intands clinical depression. drug and alcohol abuse is up. and those dealing with grief don't have access to the professional help they need. when you see these issues, do you want to walk away or step up? with a degree in the field of counseling or psychology from capella university, you'll have the knowledge to make a difference in the lives of others. let's get started at capella.edu a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke
. >> my daughter, makaylamakayla, is very unhappy with her right now. >>> next up, gordon brown, on everything from the american economy, to the royal baby, to his personal mission about child labor. ♪ [ ding! ] losing your chex mix too easily? time to deploy the boring-potato chip decoy bag. then no one will want to steal the deliciousness. [ male announcer ] with a variety of tastes and textures, only chex mix is a bag of interesting. >>> gordon brown is making his mission to stop what he calls the new slavery. millions of children around the world forced to work at shockingly young ages. the former prime minister is serving as the u.n. envoy for global education. and he joins me now. welcome to you, gordon. >> good evening. >> this is a really disturbing report. 215 million children globally are believed to be at work, of which 15 of the 61 million who don't go to school, are child laborers. you, amid your horror, have come up with some possible solutions. tell me what you think we should be doing about this. >> i think we should ban child labor for young children. and i th
for the annual authors night. we are joined now by michael gordon of "the new york times." "the endgame" is his most recent book. if you could summarize for us mr. gordon. >> this is really three years, the first comprehensive history of the war in iraq and i think what makes it unique is that i incorporate not only the american policymakers but all of the iraqi leadership from minister maliki, president talabani, their rivals and adversaries, satirist and so i incorporated the iraqi account of all was going on as well as the american accountant as well as what was happening on the battlefield. i covered it for "the new york times." >> uka let the "the endgame." >> because i covered the search and it's about the endgame of the american military involvement and it covers the obama administration. it is not really been well covered by the media. i actually learned a lot doing it, and it was during the campaign when president obama talks a lot about the goals and the end of the war in iraq and certainly the troops but what i discovered in doing the book was actually the administration's own policy
yard runners. ball with 202 yards rushing, gordon, 198. white, 109. last time wisconsin had three 100 yard rushers in a game was in 2008. eighth rushing touchdown, a school record for the badgers. the badgers have played in back-to-back rose bowls in '99 and 2000 against both participants in last night's pac-12 championship. as you take a look at the offen offense. first down and ten. melvin gordon. >> charles: wisconsin as i mentioned played in back-to-back rose bowls in '99 and 2000 against both participants in last night's pac-12 championship. '99 they beat ucla 38-31. they beat stanford 17-9. ron dayne was named mvp of both those games. a whole lot of man running the football. >> gus: heisman trophy winner. >> charles: we saw his coach in pregame. i asked coach about him once. he said i didn't get him lathered up until about carry 30. >> gus: tony alvarez stopping in the booth before the game. he looked happy, healthy and positive. there's a man i think left the game of college football way too soon. there he is. >> charles: in terms of the coaching, yes. still the athletic direct
smith looked on. the 1st quarter, best drive of the last, gordon for a touchdown. the 49th of his career. 7-049ers. throwing it from the end swro -- 7-0 49ers. throwing it from the end zone. 7-2, 49ers, late 4th quarter, 10-2. here is the big mistake. the pitch, overred head, scores, the rams got the 2- point conversion, the game was tied. can not find a receiver and there he goes. a 50 yard pick up to the 14 yard line. that set up a david acres field goal to give the 49ers a 13-10 lead. hru, st. louis gets into field goal range -- but, st. louis gets into field goal range. forcing overtime once again. 4:16 into overtime. on for a 51 yard kick. this to win the game for the 49ers. but, no. it is wide right. of course, the rams get the football. they are in range. from 54 yards out to win the game. 16-13 is the final. so, the 49ers lead is 1-1/2 games. the talk was about the bad pitch. >> just kept it, let the chock run and let our punter get on the field and let the defense play. >> is there any question who the starting quarterback is for next week. >> i the let you know -- i will let yo
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gordon talks about religious cases in u.s. history that transformed the laws of the country and illuminated protections afforded in the u.s. constitution. this interview, part of booktv's college series, recorded at the university of pennsylvania in philadelphia. it's about 20 minutes. >> host: university of pennsylvania professor sarah gordon, the spirit of the law, her most recent book. what do you mean when you talk about the old constitutional world and the new constitutional world when it comes to religion? >> guest: well, for most of our nation's history, it was the states rather than federal government that
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collender who writes a article on roll call and joshua gordon. what happens next as we reach the january 1 deadline? let me share with you -- jonathan strong of roll call talks about anger in the republican caucus. he says, first of all, -- there is anger directed at conservative law make es. that fractures reaction means boehner is unlick to face significant challenge to his decision as speaker in the near term. the question is who is at the table? does he negotiate from a position of strength when it comes to this next round with the president and senator mcconnell? he is at the table, senator reid, and others. guest: i am not sure that john boehner will be at the table. he said it is now up to the senate, i am going home. it is not taking my ball and going home, but it is doing as much as you can. he is literally looking to his republican colleagues in the senate to work with harry reid to get something acceptable. if he does, that will put significant pressure on house republicans that did not otherwise exist. i want to push back a little bit. since may, i thought that john boehner --
and yahoo! have a business alliance to share and co-produce editorial content and gordon along with bob pisani. gordon will be along momentarily. michael, let me start with you. you say this market's preoccupation with the fiscal cliff is overdone. do you think we go back to the trend and that is that december is a good month on the upside for stocks? >> definitely one of the tail winds. all else being equal, probably definitely a strong point for the market. i think this market is laboring to look through the interim noise. you had decent pmi numbers, with the ism disappointing and i think the market is trying to assimilate all this. one thing i take encouragement from, things like junk bonds, small caps have not been phased, treasury yield has not collapsed. that means the economic outlook is not being downgraded with asset markets the way you might expect if they really feared the fiscal cliff was going to hit. >> we certainly don't think consumers are fearing the fiscal cliff because they keep buying and buying ahead of the holidays. >> bob, let me get your take on this. before you
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gordon. host: good morning. it is sunday, december 30, 2012. we are less than 48 hours away from going over the fiscal cliff leaders have been working for the weekend to craft a compromise that can be agreed to before midnight tomorrow. it is now all but certain that any deal will be a far cry from the grand bargain that many leaders once imagined. as we take you through all the latest on the "washington journal," we would like to hear what you would like to say to congressional leaders on this 11th hour deal. what tax and spending issues do need included in any compromise. republicans, your number is -- democrats -- independents -- if you are outside the u.s. -- you can also catch up with us on all your favorite social media sites, twitter, facebook, or e- mail us. a very good morning to you. taking to the latest headlines on the fiscal cliff. i will run a few -- through a few of them for you. from "the daily news" -- also "l.a. times" -- i will take to "a "boston globe"" -- "the boston globe" -- the new york post -- the story i want to start with this morning is from politico. that l
for a career high 364 yards, and this touchdown to josh gordon. oakland tried to come back late in the third and carson palmer to streeter who made a great grab for a 64-yard touchdown. the lead was down to three. the raiders were driving for at least a tieing field goal, but palmer under throws criner and picked off at the 6th. they went 94 yards on 54 plays. richardson scores and cleavland snaps a losing streak with a 20-17 victory. and when we come back, the local college football poll picture will look at who stanford is playing and san jose good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! right... ♪ wow. delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. stanford will face wisconsin on new year's day. it is the third straight bcs bowl game and first rose bowl since 2000 when it took on the badgers. wisconsin is 8 and 5 this season, b
jumped out to the 10-0 lead. he threw for a career high 364 yards, and this touchdown to josh gordon. oakland tried to come back late in the third and carson palmer to streeter who made a great grab for a 64-yard touchdown. the lead was down to three. the raiders were driving for at least a tieing field goal, but palmer under throws criner and picked off at the 6th. they went 94 yards on 54 plays. richardson scores and cleavland snaps a losing streak with a 20-17 victory. and when we come back, the local college football poll picture will look at who stanford is playing and san jose >>> it is now official, stanford will face wisconsin on new year's day. it is the third straight bcs bowl game and first rose bowl since 2000 when it took on the badgers. wisconsin is 8 and 5 this season, but winning the big 10 title crushing nebraska. monty ball and melvin gordon rushed for 200 yards against the cornhuskers. he is the career leader in touchdowns with 81. this will be wisconsin's third straight trip to pasadena, but the badgers have lost the last two years to tcu and oregon. meanwhile, sa
being used? this is chris gordon. would you drive the icc if tolls were cut in half? i'll have a report ahead. >>> coming up in sports, rg3 getting ready for what could be his toughest test yet. on the hilltop, the hoyas basketball team not the only team turning heads. and the wizards take down the defending champions, but the win might not be as surprising as you think. >>> the police are looking for a driver who ran down two people who were walking in gaithersburg, maryland. one of them was killed. montgomery county police say the victims were brothers. they were hit about 1:00 this morning on west diamond avenue. a short time later police found a car, a black honda civic abandoned outside an auto parts store nearby. the windshield and hood had been caved in. the victim told police he and his brother got a ride from somebody in that black honda and believes it was the same car that hit them. >>> an accomplished government employee was killed in that row house fire in northwest. it started last night at a home on first street. police found 42-year-old jeffrey meeterostac unconscious in
're coming to the courthouse and they're going to get married. this is chris gordon at the montgomery county circuit court where the first same-sex marriage licenses were issued today. >>> the anticipation is building down at the ellipse where they are getting ready to light the national christmas tree. we saw the motorcade leaving the white house just a few minutes ago, so the guest of honor, the president, and his family will be there shortly. and doug kammerer is down there keeping an eye on things to tell us what's going on. >> reporter: yeah, guys -- great music. commodores still playing out there. they're playing a little more than they were expected to. but everybody still waiting for the national tree lighting to occur. it's going to be happening anytime now. one thing is for sure, we still have babyface. babyface is supposed to perform before the president comes on. we still have a couple of minutes before the tree lighting happens. they did a couple of things differently this year. they actually moved the stage around so that the stage and the national christmas tree are in the sam
, william gordon, both are here tonight. she will share a message and i will her to do a short count down and i think that we will start at 82. probably ten. please join me in welcoming isabel iyenda. >> thank you, thank you, thank you. i feel like a rat compared to this lady. really, thank you for this invitation. hope, that is the key word for the year to come. not irrational, but realistic optimism, there are many good reasons to be very hopeful. it is time to put our losses and frustrations in a paper bag and burn them. they belong to the past. the new year is like a last stage where we will write our dreams and hopes. what do we hope for? not only jobs, the end of the recession, and a congress that works for a change. let's be greetier. let's hope for a better country, and a safer world. for more compassion. and let's also wish for good fortune for this, our lovely city of san francisco. at the personal level, let's hope for less stress, because the crucial event that determine our life, are beyond our control. and that and good things just happen let's not blame ourselves too harshl
spends a lot of time in scotland is a great mimic and does a good gordon brown. but her sense of humor is subtle and dried and one of my favorite examples back in 2003 an american lady was in waiting celebrating her 70th birthday held at a nightclub on the square. the queen was very excited because she had not been to a nightclub since the 1940's when she was married. she had a wonderful time and was seated next to lord salisbury one of the most illustrious aristocrats and the next day she went to the of lords of london and was introduced to dignitaries by the dean of the heavy and he said to the clean. he said you know, him she said yes robert and i were in the nightclub last night. that is the dry humor. >>host: sandy dedell smith is a guest. "elizabeth the queen" is the topic. we will begin with a caller from new york. >> caller: my question is with this band of the queen elizabeth's reign one of the longest in the history of the u.k. with all the prime minister's she has worked with how has that impacted her as a queen from your knowledge? >>guest: she has a vast store of informat
bobcats sacaron las garras ante new orlenas con puntos de gordon. en cleveland el ex jugador polez tuvo faena de 35 puntos ayudando a los nets a un victoria de 103 por cien. >> en los deportes les deseamos una feliz noche. >> continuamos compartiendo las fotos n estas fiestas ya agradecemos a las familias que nos han enviado las fotos en esta temporada de fiestas . para estas celebración el transporte ic
at the national christmas tree. with gordon peterson, maureen meteorologist at kill in sports.nt this is abc 7 news at 6:00, on your side. diplomats are working with a median in an effort to try end the civil war in syria as states is raising n president may be using theical weapons against rebels. is concernedetta in damascus.hem the streets of cairo are, a night of protest people dead. was the worst violence began two weeks ago. demanding that president morsi rescind decreased in which he gave him to near absolute power. he says his government will have a dialogue started on saturday. >> chris christie spent the day capitol hill to pressure for reliefn the need assistance. thejersey was one of the superstar.m it is asking for $37 billion in aid and he is the second governor to come to washington to ask. andrew cuomo was in town on monday. >> metro is preparing for a huge inauguration. we will show you how the rest of the region is preparing. but gorgeous night. can is back with what we expect. until you hear the in d.c. for the military ball. here we go again. i have a preview of the redskin
set off an explosive device on an atm machine. this happened at the bridge in a credit union on gordon sheldon boulevard. we are live with the attempt to steal hundreds, maybe thousands of dollars. >> we have seen chris the attempt to steal atms. -- crzy attempts to steal atms. this one also failed. >> for clock. i heard boom. >> this virginia credit union atm has a hole in the back and an error message on the screen but all in all does not look too bad considering someone tried to blow it up this morning. >> allow bank. -- a loud bang. >> i thought a gas line exploded. >> album. , people evacuated amid fears. there was no further danger. >> the damage atm is in an area near 95 and route 3. >> one witness saw a suspect from a distance and a surveillance camera caught the person. police are not making public in the images from the camera. things have calmed down a lot. >> i guess we are safe. >> presley's -- police stil want to catch whoever perform and failed and on commercial bank robbery. neighbors say this was a heck of an explosion. it set off car alarms at the apartment complex. b
. but the question remains what and when. gordon? >> thanks. apparently some people on wall street are betting some form of gun control will hurt gun manufacturers, despite rising sales in recent months. shares tumbled for a second straight day, the only two publicly-traded gun manufacturers. on wjla.com, you will find it a slide show of the victims and the way their community is honoring their memories. stay tuned at 6:30 or more stories of survival. >> we're following breaking news from the u.s. senate. we learned that a white senator daniel and -- has died. he entered the hospital last week. he was serving his ninth term in the senate. he was the longest serving senator after robert byrd. >> we're now 15 days from the so-called fiscal cliff. there are so -- there are some signs that there's a deal in the works. house speaker john boehner met with president obama at the white house this afternoon. they talked for about 45 minutes. so far the white house has not publicly responded to the latest republican proposal to increase the tax rate on those making more than $1 million annually. >> coming u
be only 7-and-5, but the huskers ran into a big ol' can of gordon. gordon goes 56 yards, weaving in and out for the touchdown. he had 216 yards for the night. up 35-10. quarterback james white ran for four touchdowns. threw for this one to sam. it was just a flat-out beat- down. wisconsin wins 70-31 over nebraska, just like in the year 2000. >>> georgia-alabama, in white. winner to face notre dame. a.j. do cooper. time running out. ball deflected. caught by conley, who should have let it drop. alabama wins 32-28. they defend their national title against the irish january 7. >>> sad news from the world of college basketball. coach rick majerus has died. he took the st. louis billikens. he passed away today after a lengthy heart condition. he was 64 years young. >>> this is kansas city chiefs linebacker jovan belcher involved in a murder-suicide. belcher shot and killed his girlfriend this morning at their home. minutes later, he drove to the headquarters and shot himself in front of the coach and general manager. the couple leave a three-year- old daughter. >>> the chiefs will ho
to kick off this series is gordon smith, former senator for the state of oregon, current president and ceo of the national association of broadcasters. welcome, sir. >> guest: thank you. good to be back. >> host: also joining us for the conversation, ted gotsch of telecommunications report, serves as senior editor. senator smith, could you start by talking to us about how people watch television in the current day as say even opposed to fife years ago -- five years ago? >> guest: well, clearly, a lot is happening in telecommunications generally, and broadcasting is affected by that. we're sort of the original wireless, but we remain highly relevant because what we do tends, it is local, and as to those who want to get it the old-fashioned way, it is free. and yet you have satellite, you have cable, and now you have the internet through hulu and netflix and others that are other ways for people to access television. so television remains highly relevant to the future because when you look at the top hundred programs that are watched, 90 of them are broadcast content. and so i think the futu
with stan colander and joshua gordon. that is followed by a look at president obama's cabinet for a second term. our guest is david jackson. then a look at what is next for iraq. we are joined by new york times correspondent and author michael gordon. "washington journal" is live at 7:00 a.m. eastern. >> he had to make a plan for the invasion without considering the atomic and -- on. -- bomb. landing on the coast would cost our men thousands. grandson, itruman's choose to honor both, both the sacrifice, sacrifice of american servicemen fighting in the pacific and of little girl in japan who died as a result of the atomic bomb. it is unimaginable what that must of been like to be close to that center where that fireball originated. >> follow clifton truman daniel on his journey to hiroshima. the president's grants and joins us in washington to discuss meetings with bomb survivors. this is on c-span 3. >> professional golfer arnold palmer received the congressional gold mine -- gold metal. many talked about his contributions to the game of golf and his work as a humanitarian. he also receive
it. you famously turned down the gordon gekko character, michael douglas played that. >> everyone asks me about that. first of all, no one could have done this better than michael. tavis: yeah, he played, yeah. >> nobody. tavis: exactly. >> nobody. and i don't even remember the circumstances, so i don't want to go there with this. tavis: no, i'm only raising that because you didn't do the gordon gekko character but you did do this one. what made you want to do this particular character? that's the only thing i wanted to ask you about that, not about "wall street." >> it came out of nowhere, the script, and it was actually given to me before i got on a plane. i was in l.a., and very rare that i come to l.a. i live in new york. i read it on the plane and was kind of floored by the quality of the writing, and not just as a movie, but how it understood people. ultimately, the framework and the fabric of the reality of this movie is the financial world and power and money, but you can't really sustain a movie about that. it has to be about people and their relationships and how the cho
. >> it is the end of an era. >> yes. >> let's see what is happening tonight at 6:00. >> let's check in with gordon peterson. >> hi, gordon. >> there may be some signs of a deal on the fiscal cliff, but senator harry reid has not made -- says not to make any plans for the day after christmas. and also, the restart -- the call for tougher gun laws and will there be any success in that call? we will see you soon. >> we will see you in a few minutes. thank you. in prime time tonight, the extreme makeover home team -- you will see the big revealed at 8:00. that is followed by "castle." >> let's look at the weather makeover. >> we will need one of those. and i said i would not be surprised if they did not expand the fog advisor 8. yes, they did. luck. the fog was heavier and it picked -- heavier and at the bank it was just above the tree level. it is just above 0.0 in spots. 52 in lexington park. 54 in hagerstown. the advisory is expanded for all the areas it shaded in gray. east of the blue ridge, well out to the i-95 corridor up to new york. visibility frequently drops below a quarter of a mile. that
or get a total value of $9,000. >> you are watching abc 7 news with gordon peterson, maureen bunyan, chief meteorologist doug hill, and tim brant, sports. >> you are watching abc 7 news with leon harris, alison starling, chief meterologist doug hill, and tim brant, sports. fbi was busy in arlington today. a number ofd buildings today. gail huff is alive with what was found out. employees were very surprised them coming go. we saw them here ourselves. came here and also a ome of a man who works on the seventh floor of this office building. ,d this building targeting the university of management and technology. n at the school had his house raided as well. thousands of degrees have been to the school. advertises itself as military g militaryceptin personnel using the g.i. bill -- epting military personnel using the g.i. bill. they were hard-pressed to find anyone in the building who had heard of it. have you heard of the university of management and technology? >> never heard of it. have you ever heard of the university of management and technology? >> they offer online classes. the d
times" reporter michael gordon. he co-authored the book, "the generals' war: the inside story of the conflict in the gulf." michael, welcome. take us back first of all to the gulf war more than two decades ago. what was it about general schwarzkopf and what he did is that made him be regarded at least by many as a hero. >> well, this is the time in which the american military did not have the confidence of the american public the way it does now. whatever people think of the wars in afghanistan or iraq, they generally believe that the military has done its part. and that wasn't the case then. so we had an all-volunteer force. is there were a lot of weapons that had not really been tried in combat like the stealth fighter, not really in operational circumstances. and they were being put to the test. and there was also the hang over from vietnam, the vietnam syndrome when people wondered could we since vietnam was certainly not a victory, could the american military really succeed in a major conflict abroad? >> warner: so really how hard was strategy, how much did he contribute
. gordon neufeld, hold on to your kids: why parents need to matter more than peers; his latest is called in the realm of hungry ghosts: close encounters with addiction. today we bring you all three of our interviews with dr. matÉ in 2010. in our first conversation, dr. matÉ talked about his work as the staff physician at the portland hotel in vancouver, canada, a residence and harm reduction facility in downtown eastside, a neighborhood with one the densest concentrations of drug addicts in north america. the portland hosts the only legal injection site in north america, a center that's come under fire from canada's conservative government. i asked dr. matÉ to talk about his patients. >> the hardcore drug addicts that i treat, but according to all studies in the states, as well, are, without exception, people who have had extraordinarily difficult lives. and the commonality is childhood abuse. in other words, these people all enter life under extremely adverse circumstances. not only did they not get what they need for healthy development, they actually got negative circumstances of n
by "new york times" reporter michael gordon. he co-authored the book, "the generals' war: the inside story of the conflict in the gulf." michael, welcome. take us back first of all to the gulf war more than two decades ago. what was it about general schwarzkopf and what he did is that made him be regarded at least by many as a hero. >> well, this is the time in which the american military did not have the confidence of the american public the way it does now. whatever people think of the wars in afghanistan or iraq they generally believe that the military has done its part. and that wasn't the case then. so we had an all-volunteer force. is there were a lot of weapons that had not really been tried in combat like the stealth fighter not really in operational circumstances. and they were being put to the test. and there was also the hang over from vietnam, the vietnam syndrome when people wondered could we since vietnam was certainly not a victory, could the american military really succeed in a major conflict abroad? >> warner: so really how hard was strategy, how much did he contribute to
. will gun restrictions prevent mass shooting tragedies? this is chris gordon in chantilly. villa report ahead. >>> acts of kindness continue to emerge after the tragedy at sandy hook elementary. nbc's ann curry and others on social media sites are helping to spread the word with the hash tag 26 acts. we will share some of those spontaneous tributes on twitter and on the nbc washington facebook page in our next half hour. >>> we have breaking news at this hour out of montgomery county where police are on the scene of a shooting in aspen hill. it happened just before 4:30 at an apartment complex along connecticut avenue near grand prix road. police tell us the man was shot in the eye. he was taken to the hospital but no word on his condition. police are still in the area right now searching for a suspect. pat collins, we understand, is just arriving on the scene. pat, what have you learned? >> reporter: take a look down the street. you can see all the cop cars down there and there are plenty more on the other side. we are at north gate park. it is near grand prix and connecticut avenue in
at a record pace. weeden finds gordon for the touchdown. it was 13-3 cleveland in the third when oakland finally gets into the end zone, carson palmer to streeter. a 64-yard strike. the lead is down to three. with darren mcfadden still out with an injury, palmer threw 54 times for 351 yards and two two touchdowns but this pass is picked off. the rams went on a drive, richardson scores, 20-17 was the final. the raiders lose their fifth straight. they're now 3-9. >> an emotional win for kansas city today which beat carolina 27-21. the game was played one day after chiefs lineback baker javon belcher shot himself and his girlfriend. >> in golf, grandma -- graeme mcdowell won the world challenge. >> ama: omg, the text message is introducing... a new way to save on your prescriptions. it's the aarp medicarerx saver plus plan from unitedhealthcare. with this plan, you can get copays as low as a dollar through a preferred network pharmacy like walgreens -- where you'll find 8,000 convenient locations. best of all, this plan has the lowest part d premium in the united states -- only $15 a month.
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